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Here is the first track of the War Is Big Business demo by the legendary UK based crust punk band Doom. The song is called A Dream Come True. Doom started in 1987 under the name The Subverters. They quickly changed their name to Doom. They recorded their debut album War Is Big Business that same year. On the strength of that, they were signed to a small record label called Peaceville Records, and they recorded two albums before breaking up in 1990. They reformed in 1992 and again in 2005. They are still active today.

Line up:

Vocals - John Pickering
Guitars - Brian Talbot
Bass - Pete Nash
Drums - Anthony Dickens

Lyrics:

No chains, no ties
Nothing to hold me down
Life in peace, governed by love, eh!
No god, no master
No more man made rules
Governed by love, eh!
No chains, no ties
Nothing to hold me down
Life in peace, governed by love, eh!
No god, no master
No more man made rules
Governed by love, eh!

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Here is the third and final track of the The Grief Prophecy demo by the Sweden based black metal band Dissection. The song is called Consumed. Dissection were playing death metal at this time and would change to black metal for their first album in 1993 called The Somberlain. Dissection formed in 1989 and released this demo in 1991. This was their debut demo. The band would break up in 1997 after two classic albums The Somberlain and Storm of the Lights Bane after members of the band would find themselves in prison, a pretty common occurrence for second wave black metal bands. They would reform in 2005 and release one final album called Reinkaos before the lead singer committed suicide.

Line up:

Jon Nödtveidt - Guitars, Vocals
Peter Palmdahl - Bass
Ole Öhman - Drums

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Here is the second track of the The Grief Prophecy demo by the Sweden based black metal band Dissection. The song is called The Call of the Mist. Dissection were playing death metal at this time and would change to black metal for their first album in 1993 called The Somberlain. Dissection formed in 1989 and released this demo in 1991. This was their debut demo. The band would break up in 1997 after two classic albums The Somberlain and Storm of the Lights Bane after members of the band would find themselves in prison, a pretty common occurrence for second wave black metal bands. They would reform in 2005 and release one final album called Reinkaos before the lead singer committed suicide.

Line up:

Jon Nödtveidt - Guitars, Vocals
Peter Palmdahl - Bass
Ole Öhman - Drums

Lyrics:

The darkened sky above possesses a sense of far beyond
Dismal visions from a distant past summons a fate unknown
Ancient visions sweeps fast by your blinded eyes
A raven flies over the cenotaph, an ancient force to rise

Rise !

Caressing the ground of the evil one
Infinite songs heard clear and strong
This once so placid place is now
where the dead speak and walk
The call of the mist - suffocation of all life
Conjuring of souls, then lain in destruction

Devour my souls in eternal blasphemy
I'm the mourner of the ones who died for you
Swallowed by the dark embracement
Open wide the sombre gates !

My god has horns...

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Here is the first track of the The Grief Prophecy demo by the Sweden based black metal band Dissection. The song is called Intro/Severed Into Shreds. Dissection were playing death metal at this time and would change to black metal for their first album in 1993 called The Somberlain. Dissection formed in 1989 and released this demo in 1991. This was their debut demo. The band would break up in 1997 after two classic albums The Somberlain and Storm of the Lights Bane after members of the band would find themselves in prison, a pretty common occurrence for second wave black metal bands. They would reform in 2005 and release one final album called Reinkaos before the lead singer committed suicide.

Line up:

Jon Nödtveidt - Guitars, Vocals
Peter Palmdahl - Bass
Ole Öhman - Drums

Lyrics:

Holding a magic cube
Not knowing about my fate
Prince of darkness
Leads my way down

As seas of morbid thoughts and shaped sets
In this evil spell
Deformed being laughing at you
Now you are in hell

Growing dead
Deep inside
The fear of my fate
Will I ever wake up ?

Hook after hook
Tearing your flesh apart
A red cascade flows
Is it nice to bathe in blood ?
Malignant severing
Slow excruciation
Cutting you to shreds
Why this abomination ?

Severed into shreds !

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Here is the thirteenth and final track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called You Suffer. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

You suffer, but why?
Because you're fucking stupid...

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Here is the twelfth track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called The Kill. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

You can't kill something that is already dead

The kill, after death...

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Here is the eleventh track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called Private Death. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

On your own again, trapped alive in your grave.
You're going to die wasted, no way to be saved.

Private death, private death,
private death, dead again.
Private death, private death,
Private death, you're fucking dead.

No point in fighting, your life's already lost.
Try to escape but you're nailed to the cross.

Private death, private death,
private death, dead again.
Private death, private death,
Private death, you're fucking dead.

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Here is the tenth track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called Abattoir. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

Feel my hate for you and your kind,
For the shit you believe in your mind.
You felt nothing - you just lied to me.
You have no emotions - just a satisfied smile.

Abattoir, abattoir

Feel my hate for all of your kind,
Your actions are only cruel and unkind.
I never believed a word you said.
I'll piss on your grave - laugh when you're dead.

Abattoir, abattoir

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Here is the ninth track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called Death by Manipulation. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

A scene of human desperation
The earth is their possession
Enforcing human starvation
To protect their position
Death by their manipulation
So much unseen human destruction
Creating human isolation
Too much human exploitation

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Here is the eighth track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called Control. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

There's a fascist inside of you
Controlling your life and what you do

Fascist control

There is a fascist inside your head
Controlling your life until you're dead

Fascist control

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Here is the seventh track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called What Man Can Do. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

Take it out on others - that's what they do
See what makes it work - that's what they do
Feel my hatred surge - that's what they see
AVENGE THEM

What Man can do - destroy, destroy
What Man can do - destroy, destroy
Destroy, destroy, destroy,
destroy, destroy virtually anything.

Pointless pleasure - my point in hate.
No point to a slow genocide.
What Man can do? Virtually anything.
What Man does is destroy virtually anything.

What Man can do - destroy, destroy
What Man can do - destroy, destroy
Destroy, destroy, destroy,
destroy, destroy virtually anything...

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Here is the sixth track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called Caught...in a Dream. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

Surrounding spectacle
To occupy curiosity
Nullifies the need
To face reality

Forms of escapism
And entertainment
Occupy & disable thought

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Here is the fifth track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called Siege of Power. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

Siege of power in a polluted land
Too many problems for you to understand
Siege of power inside your mind
Outward restrictions to keep you in line

Siege of power in a polluted land
Too many problems for you to understand
You're a slave of their power, but you don't know why
You're going to suffer - you are going to die

Siege of power inside your mind
Outward restrictions to keep you in line
You're a slave of power, you never question why
You were made to suffer - you were born to die

Siege of power - they made you a tool
While others were ruling, you were being ruled

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Here is the fourth track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called Sacrificed. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

An animal's life is worth the price of the life you hold so dear
But it's your greed and your lust for control that keeps your conscience clear

Taking beauty from rabbit's eyes
Real beauty is denied

Your soul - sacrificed
Your soul - sacrificed

Spiky hair makes rabbits cry
One day soon, you'll fucking die

Your soul - sacrificed
Your soul - sacrificed

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Here is the third track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called Unclean. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

Unclean

An easy scapegoat for your blame
Racial hatred, a creed of shame

Your 'Master Race', ideals are fucked
Your 'New Britain' shit does not include us

Unclean

Where is Your 'New Britain' supposed to lead
Look at Dachau and take heed.

Your 'Master Race', ideals are fucked,
Your 'New Britain' shit will not use us...

Unclean

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Here is the second track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called Instinct of Survival. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

Advertise the product you make
Never give but always take
Kill and lie for security
Your shit on supermarket shelves to see

Instinct of survival

Advertise the product you make
Never give and always take
Clingfilmed flesh and genocide
A contented life while millions die

Instinct of survival

The multinational corporations
Makes its profit from the starving nations
Indigenous peoples become their slaves
From their births into their graves

The multinational corporations
Makes its profit from the starving nations
Another product for you to buy
You'll keep paying until you die

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Here is the first track of the From Enslavement to Obliteration demo by the legendary UK based grindcore band Napalm Death. The song is called Multinational Corporations. This demos was released in 1986, a year before the bands debut album Scum would be released. The band would go on to use this demos title for their second album in 1988. Napalm Death started in 1081 as a hardcore punk band, and, through a long series of demos between 1982 and 1987, the bands music would get heavier and more extreme over time until it warped into the mix of death metal and hardcore punk that we now know as grindcore. Scum is considered by many to be the first grindcore release, though others debate that it was Horrified by Repulsion. That was recorded before Scum and released as an album after it.

Line up:

Nicholas "Nik Napalm - Bullen - Bass, Vocals
Justin Broadrick - Guitars, Vocals
Mick Harris - Drums

Lyrics:

Multinational corporations
Genocide of the starving nations

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Here is the fourth and final track of the Heavy Metal Insanity demo by the legendary California based thrash metal band Death Angel. The song is called Barren Lands. Death Angel formed in 1982 under the name Dark Theory and changed their name that same year to Death Angel. They released this demo in 1983 and a follow up in 1985 called Kill as One. It was not until 1987 that the band would finally enter the studio and record their first album The Ultraviolence. They would break up in 1991 and reform in 2001. They have released a steady stream of albums ever since.

Line up:

Dennis Pepa - Vocals
Gus Pepa - Guitars
Rob Cavestany - Guitars, Bass
Andy Galeon - Drums

Lyrics:

I walk in a dream
I'm trying to shout or scream
he's coming
a figure in black
will he help me
or will he attacK?

I'm trapped within my mind
release me from this pain
Oh, it kills me
feels like the fires of hell

A reaper reaching for me
Can I escape and be free?

Barren lands
Fires burning
Barren lands
Goblins churning

I wake up
open my eyes
I'm happy
as I realize
I'm burning in this barren land
The fire does not ? in the sky

I'm trapped within my mind
release me from this pain
Oh, it kills me
feels like the fires of hell

Yeah
Yeah
aaaah

Yeah
Yeah
aaaah

Yeah
Yeah
aaaah

Yeah
mama I'm ?

Barren lands
Fires burning
Barren lands
Goblins churning

Barren lands
Barren lands

Here is the third track of the Heavy Metal Insanity demo by the legendary California based thrash metal band Death Angel. The song is called Intruder. Death Angel formed in 1982 under the name Dark Theory and changed their name that same year to Death Angel. They released this demo in 1983 and a follow up in 1985 called Kill as One. It was not until 1987 that the band would finally enter the studio and record their first album The Ultraviolence. They would break up in 1991 and reform in 2001. They have released a steady stream of albums ever since.

Line up:

Dennis Pepa - Vocals
Gus Pepa - Guitars
Rob Cavestany - Guitars, Bass
Andy Galeon - Drums

Lyrics:

Cast through the gates
we're looking for you
trying to run there's nothing you can do

Fight for your life
?
Not gonna give up
till we shoot you down

Intruder
Intruder

Nowhere to hide
Time's running out
The angels' gonna take ya
with no doubt

? and then trapped
just about to scream
suddenly you wake up
and it's just a dream

Intruder
Intruder

You're running
You're hiding
You can't get away

You're screaming
You're crying
You're here to stay
You're pleading
You're begging
My hearts' ?
The truth will be ? tonight

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Here is the second track of the Heavy Metal Insanity demo by the legendary California based thrash metal band Death Angel. The song is called The Haunted. Death Angel formed in 1982 under the name Dark Theory and changed their name that same year to Death Angel. They released this demo in 1983 and a follow up in 1985 called Kill as One. It was not until 1987 that the band would finally enter the studio and record their first album The Ultraviolence. They would break up in 1991 and reform in 2001. They have released a steady stream of albums ever since.

Line up:

Dennis Pepa - Vocals
Gus Pepa - Guitars
Rob Cavestany - Guitars, Bass
Andy Galeon - Drums

Lyrics:

Call out for direction
Not sure where to go
Looking for protection
Only thing I know
howling in the distance
climbing in the rain
sounds of night surround me
only thing I need

I don't know why ? midnight
I'm trying hard to stay awake
But when the full moons' shining so bright
Stay alive or ? the day

Somewhere in the distance
Somethings' getting killed
?
Blood is being spilled
Moving fast right behind me
? up ahead
I can't make a single sound
One move and I'm dead

I don't know why I'm ? midnight
I'm trying hard to stay awake
But when the full moons' shining so bright
Stay alive or ? the day

Call out for direction
Not sure where to go
Looking for protection
Only thing I know
howling in the distance
climbing in the rain
sounds of night surround me
only thing I need

I don't know why ? midnight
I'm trying hard to stay awake
But when the full moons' shining so bright
Stay alive or ? the day

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Here is the first track of the Heavy Metal Insanity demo by the legendary California based thrash metal band Death Angel. The song is called No Time For Love. Death Angel formed in 1982 under the name Dark Theory and changed their name that same year to Death Angel. They released this demo in 1983 and a follow up in 1985 called Kill as One. It was not until 1987 that the band would finally enter the studio and record their first album The Ultraviolence. They would break up in 1991 and reform in 2001. They have released a steady stream of albums ever since.

Line up:

Dennis Pepa - Vocals
Gus Pepa - Guitars
Rob Cavestany - Guitars, Bass
Andy Galeon - Drums

Lyrics:

?
trying to get me home
?
I've got to move along

Chorus:
No Time for love
No Time for love
No Time for love

Gonna treat me right
all through the night
gonna wake up
I'm gone
?
got to carry on
?
check out what you missed
?
drop you off my list

Chorus:
No Time for love
No Time for love
No Time for love

Babe
I've gotta leave ya now
You've had my love
but I can't stand
there ain't no way
you've gotta go

Before you go
thought I'd let you know
like a sign above

I'm free
can't you see
I've got no time for love
I've got no time for love

No time for love
No time
No time
No time for love
No
No time for love

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Here is the seventh and final track of the Metalion in the Park demo by the German/Norwegian thrash metal band Checker Patrol. The song is called Satan Dies in Hell. Checker Patrol was a one off joke thrash metal band featuring Euronymous and Necrobutcher from Mayhem and three members of the German thrash metal band Assassin. They only ever put out this one demo, and they were never a serious project. It was never meant to go beyond this.

Line up:

Robert Gonnella - Vocals
Euronymous - Guitars
Michael "Micha" Hoffmann - Guitars
Necrobutcher - Bass
Markus "Lulle" Ludwig - Drums

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Here is the sixth track of the Metalion in the Park demo by the German/Norwegian thrash metal band Checker Patrol. The song is called Fuck Off and Die. Checker Patrol was a one off joke thrash metal band featuring Euronymous and Necrobutcher from Mayhem and three members of the German thrash metal band Assassin. They only ever put out this one demo, and they were never a serious project. It was never meant to go beyond this.

Line up:

Robert Gonnella - Vocals
Euronymous - Guitars
Michael "Micha" Hoffmann - Guitars
Necrobutcher - Bass
Markus "Lulle" Ludwig - Drums

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Here is the fifth track of the Metalion in the Park demo by the German/Norwegian thrash metal band Checker Patrol. The song is called Metalion in the Park. Checker Patrol was a one off joke thrash metal band featuring Euronymous and Necrobutcher from Mayhem and three members of the German thrash metal band Assassin. They only ever put out this one demo, and they were never a serious project. It was never meant to go beyond this.

Line up:

Robert Gonnella - Vocals
Euronymous - Guitars
Michael "Micha" Hoffmann - Guitars
Necrobutcher - Bass
Markus "Lulle" Ludwig - Drums

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Here is the fourth track of the Metalion in the Park demo by the German/Norwegian thrash metal band Checker Patrol. The song is called Ritze Ratze Rotze. Checker Patrol was a one off joke thrash metal band featuring Euronymous and Necrobutcher from Mayhem and three members of the German thrash metal band Assassin. They only ever put out this one demo, and they were never a serious project. It was never meant to go beyond this.

Line up:

Robert Gonnella - Vocals
Euronymous - Guitars
Michael "Micha" Hoffmann - Guitars
Necrobutcher - Bass
Markus "Lulle" Ludwig - Drums

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Hey everyone. It's the Doomed Dog, and welcome to Headbang Heaven. For years now. I have been uploading a large collection of heavy metal demos to my Youtube channel, but their increasingly draconian copyright system has made it more and more difficult to do so. I decided I would start dragging my content from there to here. If you like heavy metal from a wide variety of bands in a wide variety of genres, this is the the place to come and get it. I will, also, be uploading my album reviews here, as well. Check out my gaming channel here:

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You can find my metal Youtube channel here:

https://www.youtube.com/user/fsmetal

Give me time. I have a lot of content on that channel that I need to transfer over to this one.